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There's a lot of chatter on the Internet about your wireless not working properly after Win 10 upgrade because of the driver but let's try an IP reset and see if that helps.

 

Open an Elevated Command Prompt:

 

 
 
If you open an elevated command prompt it will by default open in c:\Windows\system32
 
Once you have an elevated command prompt:
 
Now Type(with an Enter after each line):
netsh  winsock  reset  catalog
netsh  int  ipv4  reset  reset.log
netsh  int  ipv6  reset  reset6.log

Reboot.


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Would this affect me as a Win 8.1 user, or should I just be mindful of this if I upgrade to 10 later?

 

 

Vino's Event Viewer v01c run on Windows 7 in English
Report run at 14/08/2016 8:30:29 PM
 
Note: All dates below are in the format dd/mm/yyyy
 
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'System' Log - Critical Type
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'System' Log - Error Type
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'System' Log - Warning Type
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Log: 'System' Date/Time: 15/08/2016 12:12:53 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 15/08/2016 12:12:53 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 11:24:18 AM
Type: Warning Category: 1014
Event: 1014 Source: Microsoft-Windows-DNS-Client
Name resolution for the name wpad timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded.
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:13:05 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:13:05 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:04:51 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:04:51 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:03:03 AM
Type: Warning Category: 1014
Event: 1014 Source: Microsoft-Windows-DNS-Client
Name resolution for the name isatap.attlocal.net timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded.
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:02:57 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:02:57 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:02:56 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 3:02:56 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 1:46:38 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 14/08/2016 1:46:38 AM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 13/08/2016 4:22:20 PM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 13/08/2016 4:22:20 PM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 13/08/2016 4:18:50 PM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 13/08/2016 4:18:50 PM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 13/08/2016 4:18:49 PM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).
 
Log: 'System' Date/Time: 13/08/2016 4:18:49 PM
Type: Warning Category: 0
Event: 4291 Source: Tcpip
The network adapter with hardware address B8-76-3F-4B-BE-56 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).

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Just a warning.  I feel the current driver is poorly written and is causing the errors we see.  I keep hoping we can find a better one but so far no luck.  How is it running otherwise?  Is it still slow?


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Oh okay. I understand. Speeds are sporadic. At the moment, they are fine but had problems the past few days. 


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Go to http://www.speedtest.net/and click on Begin Test
 
When the Test finishes click on Share This Result and then select Forum then Copy then move to a reply and Ctrl + v

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It's usually about 25/5. 

 

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Run the speedtest again.  This time watch the green graph under the meter.  It should start with a spike and then be flat  like this:

 

speedgraph.jpg

 

If it's jagged that means interference.  AT&T U-verse's modem is supposed to pick the best channel automatically but I've never seen it work.  Usually they just stay on Channel 6 (along with all of your neighbor's routers.)  There is a program called InSSIDer which you can get free from http://www.techspot....6-inssider.html Download, Save and double click to install it.

 

If I remember correctly it will start automatically (if not it's under All Programs, Metageek, inssider).  Click on the Network tab.  
 
You should see your network at the top of the list on the left and in a lot more detail on the right.  What is the signal strength? Is there anything after Overlapping?  
Look in the bottom left.  The blue is your wifi.  Is there an orange under it or over it?  What level is the orange?   Does it recommend (near the top) that you switch to a different channel?
 
If it's not jagged then try connecting directly from the back of the modem to the PC with an Ethernet cable and run the test again.  If it still looks bad then AT&T is at fault.

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You were right. The green bar is jagged.

 

InSSIDer shows

Signal Strength: -41

Overlapping: 5

The thin orange bar fluctuates between directly below, above, and on the blue line. It moves at least once every 10 seconds but mostly stays right below the highest point of the blue line.

 

Yes it shows that the link score would improve by moving to channel 11.


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The orange bar is your neighbor's WiFi or cordless phone or baby monitor and it's causing Interference with your signal.  That's what the jagged green means.  If you look on the router there will be the password needed to log on to the router.  To log on you open a browser and type in the router's address which is probably 192.168.1.254 then it should give you a log in window. Move it to ch 11 and see if things look better.  See:

 

https://forums.att.c...ce/td-p/4192812


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I moved it to channel 11 and disabled the guest network that wasn't in use. Strangely, the computer is running slower than ever. My results are still jagged too. By the way, although I moved channel 11, I still see the neighbor's interference on the router. Is this normal?

 

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The computer itself (vs net) is slower too. The computer navigates through folders at a snail's space. Right-clicking files either 1) takes 30+ seconds for the menu properties to load or 2) produces the following error:

explorer.exe - No Disk

There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive. F:.

 

Thank you!!


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Try a different channel .  You may need to move the router or your PC to get a better speed.  Don't suppose you could talk your neighbor into moving his router?

 

Open an elevated command prompt:

 

 http://www.eightforu...indows-8-a.html

 

Type (with an Enter after the line)

set  path

Are there any references to F: in the output?

 

 

download ShellExView.  (I think this will work with Win 8)
 
 
Use this download:
 
 
Once you get it installed, run it and look in the third or fourth column from the RIGHT. It should say MICROSOFT. Click once or twice on MICROSOFT so that items with NO are at the top.
Select all of the NO items and then click on the red led looking icon in the upper left. This should disable all of the non-microsoft additions to Explorer. Reboot and see if you still get slow right clicks or the Explorer problem with the F:.

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Awesome! That was a quick fix. No more problems with accessing files/programs in explorer. 

 

Also, there were no references to F: in the command prompt output.


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Did that also fix the F: problem?


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Yes it fixed that problem too!  :spoton:


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Good.  Any luck on the WiFi?  


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